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Marketing and Communications Fellow


The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) is the premier advocacy and policy organization for the world's leading innovation companies. ITI is seeking a fellow to join its Public Affairs team. The Public Affairs team manages ITI’s communications, marketing, membership, and events. This opportunity is located at ITI’s headquarters in Washington, DC. ITI is committed to attracting creative, talented, and energetic team members who represent the diverse communities that they advocate for.

Your responsibilities

  • Draft content for ITI’s social media accounts (including LinkedIn, X, YouTube, and Facebook)
  • Analyze digital metrics and performances for ITI’s platforms
  • Participate in post-event review and analysis
  • Assist in crafting event invitations, marketing materials, and other collateral to communicate effectively with ITI members and various stakeholders
  • Aid in developing and maintaining collateral for membership programs, including brochures, web content, and promotional emails
  • Support ITI’s membership engagement and retention through communications, database management, and planning
  • Work with the Director of Events to track, analyze, and act upon event data. This involves monitoring event attendance, researching upcoming industry events, and helping to ensure that ITI events are in compliance with diversity guidelines.
  • Support work on The Intersect: A Tech + Policy Summit. The Intersect is ITI’s largest event. The Marketing and Communications Intern will play various roles on The Intersect team, including drafting speaker invitation graphics, assisting with audience research, coordinating with event sponsors , and providing day-of support
  • Assist in boosting membership revenue by researching prospective member companies and appropriate contacts for outreach
  • Research and develop new ideas for events and membership programs that align with ITI's mission
  • Participate in post-event review and analysis, collecting feedback and data to drive improvement in future events
  • Provide onsite support for event execution, working closely with the Director of Events and the Operations Team
  • Assist with preparations for event registration processes, to include registration list management, nametag development, and implementation of a check-in process for members.

Your qualifications: 

  • Pursuing a degree focused on marketing, communications, political communication,  or a related field
  • Demonstrated interest and knowledge of technology policy
  • Open-source research, analytical, writing, editing, and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with events, preferably in a coordination role
  • Working familiarity with Microsoft Office 365, Canva, video editing and captioning applications, and Zoom. Experience with mail mergers, Customer Relationship Management tools and spreadsheet management highly preferred.

Your intangibles: 

  • Self-starter
  • Emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize competing priorities and meet deadlines
  • Commitment to accuracy, detail, and follow-up
  • Team player that works to build consensus
  • Customer service-oriented; possess tact, diplomacy, good judgment and discretion, reliability, and professionalism

ITI is committed to attracting creative, talented, and energetic team members who represent the diverse communities that they advocate for. In addition to an open, friendly, and flexible work atmosphere, ITI offers employees a comprehensive health insurance and benefits package.

ITI is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.